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History professor Meredith Richards Martin lectures as a U.S. Navy veteran listens during a history class at Collin College in Frisco, Texas, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012. Colleges and universities are beginning to offer veterans-only classes that cater to a populations that tends to be older, more experienced and farther removed from the classroom. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
This photo taken Oct. 15,, 2012 shows Joanna Wiese, a doctoral student in counseling psychology, holding a reading titled "You are not Alone" during the Life After War: Post-Deployment Issues class she teaches at the University of Iowa campus in Iowa City, Iowa. Colleges and universities are beginning to offer veterans-only classes that cater to a populations that tends to be older, more experienced and farther removed from the classroom. (AP Photo/Brian Ray)
History professor Meredith Richards Marti, left, gives a handout to U.S. Marine veteran John Wangler during their history class at Collin College in Frisco, Texas, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012. Colleges and universities are beginning to offer veterans-only classes that cater to a populations that tends to be older, more experienced and farther removed from the classroom. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
This photo taken Oct. 15, 2012 shows University of Iowa senior and Afghanistan veteran Dan Tallon of Davenport, Iowa, right, talking about the Korean war veteran he interviewed for a class project during his Life After War: Post-Deployment Issues class at the University of Iowa campus in Iowa City, Iowa. Colleges and universities are beginning to offer veterans-only classes that cater to a populations that tends to be older, more experienced and farther removed from the classroom. (AP Photo/Brian Ray)
In this photo taken Oct. 15, 2012, Army veteran Gene Rovang of Decorah, Iowa, tells the story of a World War II veteran he interviewed about fighting in the Battle of the Bulge for a class project in his Life After War: Post-Deployment Issues class at the University of Iowa Campus in Iowa City, Iowa. Rovang fought in the Gulf war while on active duty and then did two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan with the National Guard. Colleges and universities are beginning to offer veterans-only classes that cater to a populations that tends to be older, more experienced and farther removed from the classroom. (AP Photo/Brian Ray)
In this photo taken Oct. 15, 2012, Army veteran Gene Rovang of Decorah, Iowa, tells the story of a World War II veteran he interviewed about fighting in the Battle of the Bulge for a class project in his Life After War: Post-Deployment Issues class at the University of Iowa Campus in Iowa City, Iowa. Rovang fought in the Gulf war while on active duty and then did two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan with the National Guard. Colleges and universities are beginning to offer veterans-only classes that cater to a populations that tends to be older, more experienced and farther removed from the classroom. (AP Photo/Brian Ray)

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